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Atlantic City, Sacramento Hard Rocks step up for emergency-related organizations

Local American Red Cross and Salvation Army organizations hold $25,000 checks they received Sept. 8 from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain in California. (Photo Hard Rock Sacramento via Facebook)

Different coasts, but similar missions.

Hard Rocks in Sacramento, California, and Atlantic City, New Jersey, helped out front line organizations with donations in September.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain, which opened in 2019 through a partnership between the Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe of the Enterprise Rancheria and the Seminole Tribe, donated $25,000 each to the Salvation Army of Northern California and the American Red Cross California Gold Country Region. The donations were made to help fire relief efforts in the region.

“Hard Rock Sacramento has been a big supporter of the American Red Cross here in Northern California over the years,” Nuriddin Ziyadinov, executive director of the American Red Cross Northern California Chapter, said in a statement. “Thanks to this generous donation, we are able to provide a safe shelter, warm meal, and deliver hope to many who have been displaced due to devastating wildfires across our communities.”

“Big thank you to our friends at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento for their generous support of the American Red Cross and our disaster response efforts! Now more than ever, especially in the midst of an ongoing fire season, our community partners make our mission possible. Thank you!,” the Red Cross posted on social media.

Across the country, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City showed its support for first responders by making donations to Atlantic City Firefighters/Local 198, the regional health system Atlanticare and the Atlantic City Police Foundation. Each was presented a check for $5,000.

Local fire, healthcare and police organizations receive $5,000 checks from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City in September. (Photo Hard Rock Atlantic City via Facebook)
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